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.but florida gulf coast's run has finally come to an end. andy enfield and his eagles were the first 15 seed to reach the sweet 16. ncaa - florida/ florida gulf coast andy enfield coach of florida gulf coast 1st half brent comer steal and lob to sherwood brown for the ally-oop dunk florida gulf coast jumped out for an early 15-4 lead 2nd half florida too good the back of a florida gulf coast player and goes in for the dunk florida gulf coast dejected the dream is over final: 62-50 florida ncaa - kansas/ michigan michigan takes the floor kansas led by 10 points with 3 minutes left but with time winding down and kansas up 3 trey burke. hits the long trey with 4.2 seconds left to tie it 76-76 in overtime michigan up 1 burke misses but mitch mcgary is there for the offensive rebound and putback wolverines up 85-82 clock winging down kansas down 2 elijah johnson drives and appears to have a good chance to score but passes back to naadir tharpe for the three and the win it's no good final: 87-85 michigan barring a last minute snafu - it looks like the raiders will have a new quarterback under cent
in florida, the giant flip-flop. his whole career is about opposing obamacare. now he says: >> it was so disappointing. this is going to be devastating for patients devastating for taxpayers, the biggest job killer ever. we're not going to implement obamacare in florida. >> your decision on obamacare a classic bait and switch? >> it's go time. cenk: we're back on "the young turks." if there's one thing governor rick scott is against, it's definitely obamacare. except for when he's for it. an epic flip-flop by the florida governor. jacki sheckner is here to tell us more about it. >> i don't think they make flip-flops this size. there is no man who has been morgans the affordable care act than rick scott and now he says he is going to support the expansion of medicaid, which means medicaid can now cover people up to individuals making $114,000 a year. that medicaid expansion is part of the affordable care act which rick scott has said for years now that he is animately against, no questions asked. cenk: ewe dining he flip-flopped here? >> poll numbers. i think it's sinking poll numbers. he
florida, i know he and i both know, as i hope does every member of this body, just how precious and fragile the freedom is that we enjoy in this country. as president reagan continued in that speech, if we lose freedom here, there's no place to escape to. this is the last stand on earth. and this idea that government is beholding to the people, that it has no other source of power except the sovereign people, is still the newest and most unique idea in all the long history of man's relation to man. this is the issue of this election. whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the american revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far distant capital can plan for our lives better than we can plan them ourselves. you and i are increasingly told that we have to choose between a left or right. well, i'd like to suggest there's no such thing as left or right. there's only up or down. up, man's old age dream, the ultimate and individual freedom consistent with law and order, or down to the ant heap of owe toa tal tehranism totalitar
of a meteor sighting from the east coast. at least 350 from florida to maine reported seeing the meteor. a nasa official says meteor showers are not that rare, but says it's unusual to have so many people see it. meteor showers don't typically reach the ground. and usually burn up in the atmosphere. a warning for apple account users. a new security flaw allows hackers to take over your account! what apple is doing about it. then. 5 days until tolls go all electronic on the golden gate bridge. the latest on the changes as the countdown continues. also - the search is on for an escaped inmate. how he managed to walk right by security to freedom! been waiting for the price of mattresses to fall? then hurry, sleep train's beautyrest and posturepedic closeout sale ends sunday. save up to 40% on closeout sets from beautyrest and posturepedic. save hundreds on floor samples and closeout inventory. these prices are falling fast, but these deals won't last. sleep train's beautyrest and posturepedic closeout sale ends sunday. superior service, best selection, lowest price, guaranteed. ♪ sleep t
show starts now. >>> thanks to you at home for joining us. the great state of florida does not right now have a lieutenant governor. they have a governor, of course. you know, old rick scott. there is a job in florida called lieutenant governor, but there is nobody in that job. the job is vacant. help wanted. last week, governor rick scott is reported to have stared stone faced at the florida press corps roast while poking fun at the tension between him and the lieutenant governor. the joke was supposed to be the lieutenant governor was demanding respect from rick scott. she was dressed up kind of a aretha franklin style. what everybody in that room did not know, the lieutenant governor, jennifer carroll, is that she had only hours earlier signed a resignation letter while seated at a small table in her office, then handed it to the general council. florida's lieutenant governor had already resigned and they didn't know she was gone. repo reporters up there, but the lieutenant governor had booked. the next day when the news broke that she had quit, that she had resigned, governor sco
florida. sshe wap she was lashe was sunrise. >> anythi>> anything in >p pocker pockets of areas. nobonobody foun nobody found a months. >>>> i when p >> i when i . the stories didn't jive. when that happens, it bodes ill. stefa was a brilliant young girl, 22, just graduated from john jay college in new york. had travelled down to the miami, to be with her sister for her birthday. a celebration, it was a holiday. and she had monday off, she was going to use that to be with her sister. she was excited. she had just gotten out of school. planning to go forward to law school. such a bright future ahead of her. >> getting up the first thing i do is think about her. >> a beautiful 22-year-old. graduating with honors. she wanted to go on to law school. she wanted to be an immigration lawyer, perhaps a criminal lawyer. really, a bright, young girl. had her entire life ahead of her. then, she disappears. >> she is very responsible, honest. she has everything in order. she has fun, she do her school work. at the president's entern office in john jay college. >> it was her younger sister's
. >> the issue of boy scouts allowing those who are openly gay to join may come to an end. meanwhile in florida a new coalition called "on my honor" called from openly banning people from the scouts. they predict dire consequences if such a thing should come to pass. >> >> it will transform the program and something that is entirely inappropriate for children. >> it will not solve a great old problem. >> the argument is similar to the one used against integration in the 50s and 60s. members in cyst they want to hear all of the opinions on the issue. >> things are back to normal in the mill pea das -- mill pea ties neighborhood. they isolated and evacuated the area of sout park victoria drive. they were relocated to the mill pea it is a sports center. the residential gas line failed around 2:00. several agencies responded including police. the san jose fire department and red cross. neighbors were able to return about two hours later. no injuries were reported. survivors of the san brew though pipeline came together -- san bruno pipeline came together. eight people died and dozens were injured t
. plus, florida gulf coast making a cinderella run for the ages. how can it turn its name into a big brand in college sports? piles of "money" coming up. ♪ ♪ sandra: the markets are closed, but there are always ways to be making money. keep an eye on boeing and the 787 dreamliner. they are conducting a two hour check flight of the dreamliner. all appears to be going well so far. later this week, it will conduct another flight test on proposed fixes to the plane's lithium ion batteries, the biggest problem, and a clean bill of health could bode well for the stock. by the way, even with the dreamliners trouble, stock up 12%, out doing the s&p 500 this year, by the way. the central intelligence agency is financing and backing a major arms air lift to the syria rebels. according to a new report, it's a big escalation in u.s. aid to take down the assad regime. is it enough to end it once and for all? if it does, what blow back could we face from this? to make sense of it we're joined by founder and president of the islamic american foreign policy. >> thank you, nice to be with you. sa
florida. rodrÍguez se reporta un caso de estos almes. >>> para estas personas es mucho dinero, mucha gente vive en inglesos fijos. >>> segÚn el fbi ancianos como mirta son el tipo perfecto para este tipo de fraude, primero confÍan en todo el mendo, y no reportan el crimen. ademÁs o temen que sus familiares no tas pta kacapitados. >>> los invitan a invertir en piedras preciosas, prometiendo ganancias asombrosas, les ofrecen planes funerarÍos. la llamada habla de secuestro que nunca sucediÓ. el riesgo es mayor entre hispanos. >>> si recibe algo en inglÉs va a estar en situaciÓn de desventaja. >>> no sea una vÍctima, atrentra prenda a decir, y no deje que el miedo le impidan reportar el fraude. la prevenciÓn es la Única opciÓn, este tipo de crimen queda impme y veremos si hay una causa para que la florida registre un alarmante rÉcord de ataque de tiburÓn. >>> y llegan imÁgenes de un incendio en mÉxico que se desaÓo en una bodega de papel en una poblaciÓn cercana al distrito federal. regresamos con mÁs. >>> en al punto muchos hablan de una reforma, pero la pregunta es si los
tweaking, but by and large, the florida -- i am not sure i agree with that -- almost certainly respected -- the florida supreme court's motto is, you'll appreciate this, i will not give you the latin version, but the translation is "soon enough, if correct." that is the actual motto. sometimes soon enough is not soon enough. you are correct. as you know, professor, the supreme court of the united states takes such few cases that usually the intermediary court decision is the final one. we have to fill the bench. it is going to be worse every day if we have an empty federal bench that cannot function. on the 11th circuit today, we have two vacancies. >> another dimension, it has been called to mind in this question that justice sotomayor was cross-examined in a rather aggressive way concerning her statement that a woman, i think she went on to say hispanic woman -- >> wise latina. >> you are running way ahead of me. could understand a lot of things much better than people, certainly such as i, and perhaps even you. so we are talking both about, so to speak on ethnic and cultural backgroun
on nbc. >>> now to florida. and what appears to be an increasingly dangerous situation for one neighborhood as a sinkhole keeps growing. one man is presumed dead after being sucked into the earth as he was sleeping. and tonight other families are on edge. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in seffner, florida watching this drama unfold. gabe, good evening. >> reporter: lester, late this afternoon investigators said the rescue efforts had ended. the site is entirely unstable. they already brought in new equipment and tomorrow they plan to demolish the house. tonight the scramble to safety. how long did they give you, ma'am? >> 30 minutes. >> reporter: this family given just a half hour to collect their belongings and leave. engineers say a large sinkhole has compromised these homes near tampa. it keeps growing underground. at least 30 feet wide and 50 feet deep. they don't know when it will stop. >> we can no longer sustain a rescue effort. we met with the family, advised them of that, and that at this point we have to move beyond the rescue to demolition phase. >> reporter: investigators
recovery is real if washington stays out of the way. welcome i am neil cavuto, just back from florida. i saw it for myself, home of the meltdown is looking up, florida, is looking sunny again. or sunnier. i spin better part of last couple days seeing what a heard of realtors i respect and i trust reporting, they are no longer freefalling, there is a different, for florida, and the country, that given could be profound. prices are up across state. particularly miami, palm beach arena. now, let me be clear. double digit percentage jumps. some are depressed levels is not what i would call a boom, and once hot properties are still well off 2006 highs, by any layman's definition, constitutes something closer to a bust, true, but all changing, and fast. you know what i discovered, the realtors biggest worries going into the housing market spring and summer buying season, there? not that there is not enough buyers, they are panicking because there will not be enough sellers, the buyers are up buthe homes are not for sale, but not as many for the demand, not just in florida. this is playing out
rid of the taxes as well. >> a state like florida, where the governor who has formally made his name being against obama care. saying he would take the medicaid expansion. miami has the highest rate of hiv infection in the country and it is located directly in the african-american community. that is where it is growing and particularly among black women who are being infected at astronomical rates, because their partners don't know. if you don't take that medicaid money, those partners will never have a primary care physician and they'll never get treated, period. >> speaking of florida, ha is going on in florida on the college level and the nba. because it seems like that's where all the action is, we'll talk about magic about the michigan state spartans and the florida, florida, florida, florida question. the sunshine state and more brackets and what fgcu stands for. ♪ looking for a litter with natural ingredients that helps neutralize odors. discover tidy cats pure nature. uniquely formulated with cedar, pine, and corn. okay why? more is better than less because if stuff is not
florida. and with it comes heavy rains and destruction. you are looking at a time lapse video of that very storm over orlando. as you can see wave after wave of rain sweeps through the city. many florida residents are spending today cleaning up after that heavy rainstorm. alex hill takes a closer look at the damage that the rain left in its wake. >> "all you heard was wind whipping and the next thing we know, we heard the tree crackling out front and everything just went black." >> reporter: minutes later, mark brummels front yard looked like this. and his was far from the only lake city storm story. take a look at what used to be morris timmons carport. he was inside when the whipping winds sent debris flying. >> "i head like a big boom outside and when i went to the back door and looked out i saw all the debris over >> reporter: on saturday, as storms spiraled north florida, t hit with some of the worst damage in the area. more than 200 trees fell through columbia county alone. and then came the rain. causing wet roads and wet houses too. a messy situation only made worse by the lack of
like buster will be a giant for life. and the men's ncaa tournament and florida coast hopes to keep going against >>> the giants made sure the heart and soul of their roster , buster posey will remain a giant. they signed him to a nine-year extension for $167 million. the contract also had a no trade clause. buster in orange and black for life. let's go to the bay bridge. barry zito facing aj griffin. the money hasn't quite gone to buster's head yet. he was 2-4 and could have had another hit here. a nice diving stop, and a's lead 1-0 in the 6th after a brandon crawford double. it is over the head of cocoa crisp. crawford scores from second on the triple and game tied at one. blanco comes home with a single and he was sent to triple a and brought back up and made the final roster as the giants take game two 3-1 your final. time for the cinderella story. ncaa sweet 16. the florida gulf coast trying to continue their run in the south region. fans, eagles they are called, are pumped up. sherwood brown, the throw down. eagles went up 11 examine looking good. but they closed the half on a
't see last night's game, because we were asleep. i tried to sleep. florida gulf coast university, the big cinderella surprise at the ncaa tournament, they went head to head with in state rival florida, but did the magic continue or did the clock strike midnight for this year's cinderella? highlights are next. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. picasso painted one of his master works at 56. doris taerbaum finished her first marathon at 50. not everyone peaks in their twenties. throughout their lives. passion keeps them realizing possibilities. an ally for real possibilities. aarp. find tools and support at aarp.org/possibilities. aarp. i've always had to keep my eye on her... but, i didn't always watch out for myself. with so much noise about health care... i tuned it all out. with unitedhealthcare, i get information that matters... my individual health profile. not random statistics.
. paul, how serious are these charges of stalking and assault in florida? they are kind of serious, right? >> reporter: well, they can be, brianna, because florida has one of the strictest stalking laws in the country. most places it's a misdemeanor charge, a minor charge where you face probation or community service. in florida they have a felony provision where you actually can be sentenced to state's prison in a particularly serious case. now we don't know what is involved in this case, whether it would rise to that level or, indeed, if charges will ever be formally brought, but it's in the a good place to be charged with stalking. >> no. paul, apparently her ex-boyfriend is alleging at least half a dozen incidents of stalking. if, say, his lawyers are able to establish a pattern here, will that be damaging? >> yes, that will be highly damaging to him. there are claims being made by the boyfriend that there have been seven prior reports of stalking-like behavior, phone calls, text messages. there's also a claim that this wound up in front of a florida judge once before when apparently
: okay. so that may be funny, but this is no joke. another doctor shortage, this time in florida. gary b, what's causing this? >> well, brenda it starts with the very first doctor you see and that's the primary care specialist. you don't need to look further than massachusetts which of course was the model, at least in some camps they say, of obamacare, they face a shortage, brenda, not only in primary care specialty, but in eight specialties across the board. it's estimated by health care that by 2014, 7 million americans will have trouble finding a primary care physician. the reason, primary care, which is kind of the tip of the iceberg here, they're the ones that have the most paper work, which you know is going to go up under obamacare and they get paid the least. brenda, i'm going to steal a line from neil, the best way to benefit from obamacare is to buy stock in the company that makes waiting room chairs because that's what you're going to need after this all kicks in. >> brenda: so, scott, not just a problem in florida, you think this might be nationwide? >> yeah, it's nationwide
his aba at the university of florida and he is now in their hall of fame. he is a partner in the miami office of the national law firm. his clients range from former vice president al gore to philip morris, to the national geographic society, and he is listed in the 2011 edition of the best lawyers in america. his cross-examination of an expert witness in bush vs. gore made the front page of "the new york times." he has a framed in his office. he was the youngest attorney and first hispanic to serve as president of the florida bar. he was chair of the ethics commission and served on the orange board committee. in the aba, he has been a florida state delegate, chair of the house of delegates, our policy-making body, served on the board of governors, and is a fellow of the american bar foundation. as the aba president, he has led national effort to protect state courts, improve civics education, and fight cuts to legal aid funding. it is his mission to make equal justice under law a vibrant living reality for everyone, not just four words carved on the facade of the supreme court buildin
with their son. >>> a fiery plane crash in florida left three people dead. officials say the plane experienced problems after taking off from an airport. the piper naf gentlemanno trying to return when crashing into a parking lot. the plane plowed through several cars before smashing into a building and bursting into flames. the victims all on board, no one on the ground was hurt. >> a lane of eastbound highway 92 has been cross closed most of the day. sheer why. a home slid off a trailer after a vehicle towing it overturned. the number one lane was closed for safety reasons. traffic limited to one way for a while. crews removed the home. that lane reopened about 4:00 this afternoon. >> drivers are going to face detours along the nimitz freeway near the oakland coliseum. northbound 880 will be closed from 1:00 to 6:00 sunday morning. drivers following a detour taking them along coliseum way before getting back on the freeway. the closures allowing for crews to install part of a bridge. that span will carry a shuttle system. linking bart and oakland airport. >>> a recall affecting more than 200
-backed body, backed paul over florida senator marco rubio. notable speakers today include sarah palin, she roused the conservative base with entertaining entertaining and pointed commends momently aimed at president barack obama. >> president barack obama promised the most transparent administration ever. barack obama, you lie. >> carolyn: and later, palin took a swipe at new york's democratic mayor michael bloomberg. she is taking a few sips from a big gulp. his law banning oversize drinks was struck down by a jump there is week. >>> the sound of music will not be heard tonight in san francisco. up next, yet another concert cancelled, and the latest on efforts to end the musician strike. >> my dog was in ireland. how ireland? >> a dog trz trip takes an unexpected detour. >> leigh: i'm meteorologist leigh glaser. delightful saturday today. temperatures in the 70s, get ready for big weather changes. we'll look at >> carolyn: new at 5:00, activists in san francisco commemorate the anniversary of the syrian revolution with a rally in union square. the first protest in march 2011 challenged th
and causing this 50-vehicle pile-up and closing i-70 to kansas for hours. in florida, high winds and heavy downpours and hail left thousands without power. winds gusted up to 86 miles per hour at orlando's airport. people forced inside this home improvement store by pounding rain and wind. play cancelled at the arnold palmer invitational, seen here as the storm rolled through -- a storm that left many people hoping this was the last we'll see of winter weather. >> too cold, damp. my feet are cold. i don't like any of it. >> reporter: much of the country still waiting for spring. tonight, you're going to have to keep waiting. look at the temperatures for tuesday. st. louis, more than 20 degrees below average. the high tomorrow in tampa, 59, and frost forecasts for northern and central florida into tomorrow. meanwhile, wednesday, atlanta, 20 degrees. 15 to 20 degrees below average. only in the mid 50s. this time last year in atlanta we were talking record pollen counts. this time last year only 8% of the lower 48 had at least an inch of snow on the ground. tonight half of the lower 48 is und
. malgan, florida eye doctor, questions about alleged health care fraud. dr. melgon was a big contributor to senator menendez. didn't pay for two of the trips until it spilled out into the open. there is a potential question for the ethics committee. a lot for the investigators to chew on, anderson. >> carol, i appreciate the work you and your colleagues have done, joe, you as well. drew griffin's search for the women in question has been attempts to meet face to face with a shadowy tipster. >> this story is from an anonymous e-mailer who is selectively pushing out these tips. you and your producer got one of these e-mails. >> we got a cryptic e-mail. from a p. williams. we were able to take the i.p. address and tracted it down to santa domingo. we would like to find you. we would like to see what evidence you have that can back up any of these claims. that is what brought us to the dominican republic. >> and the story from there you were searching for the mystery man. >> who really did turn out to be a mystery man. we didn't want to put any of these allegations, of course, on the air unt
this morning, my conversation with former florida governor jeb bush about immigration. the republican party, in the future, not shying away from 2016, could his candor cause a clamor. >> somebody voting today, the city of angels where antonio viadosos could lead to the first woman mayor of america's second largest city. >> good morning from the s street dog park in washington, d.c. it's tuesday, march 5th, 2013, and this is "the daily rundown." here's chuck todd. go get it, chuck todd. >> that was a good catch, and yes, that dog is named chuck todd. thanks to him and his owners, michael and lul sauna. as washington gets ready for what may be the first significant snowstorm in two years, the snowquester, bread and milk buying and worrying, as only washington can, d.c. digging out from eat storm, the sequester. the president attend down the warnings again, adopting more of a reassuring tone. >> we are going to manage it as best we can to try to minimize the impacts on american families. this will slow our growth. it will mean lower employment in the united states than otherwise would have bee
of life and whether it worth it. >> former florida governor, jeb bush argues immigration policy should be overhauled to reflect our current economic needs, but also clear enough to enforce properly. this is a little under an hour. [cheers and applause] >> now, our beloved president ronald reagan passed away almost 10 years ago. but as many in this audience now, it seems nearly impossible to follow political news about hearing some reference to her former president. his memory, his name, unfortunately his legacy seemed to be ubiquitous as the challenges of the time. for many readers, probably starting the day after president reagan left office in 1889, there's been a famous question often asked of a particular vexing problem facing our country. you've likely heard it before. read the question is often asked, what would reagan do? is a good question to ask because wild times and technology in many species have changed since president reagan was in office, the important fundamentals, does this speak to where we as americans have not appeared every part yesterday yesterday, governor jeb bu
. the speaker of the house from florida will be on stage in a moment. the expectation is not very high for anybody from florida. don't worry. [applause]speaking of low expectations, better get into my speech. as amy said, i'm from oklahoma. you might know it is the reddest state in the nation, a place where president obama lost every single county. that was even against mitt romney. is that too soon? [laughter]for the record, i think that joke was only 47% funny. sorry, governor, i couldn't resist. i was telling you about oklahoma. where the reddest state in the union. barack obama lost every county in 2012 and 2008. he lost several oklahoma counties in the dem accredit primary. -- democratic primary. . have two names for you jim, a tom coburn. we aren't just conservative for the sake of being conservative. we are conservative because we know firsthand the conservative principles lead to prosperity. we must realize that the average american doesn't wake up each morning and ask, how conservative my going to be today -- my going to be today? -- am i going to be today? what they think abo
washed away the taste of eight years under george w. bush, the former governor from florida raised eyebrows when he had this exchange with matt lauer. >> you will not definitively rule out a run for president in the year 2016? >> i won't, but i'm not going to declare today either, matt. >> well, he is not ready to declare, but jeb bush is definitely putting himself out there in the republican party. it's a smart move because jeb bush is the guy in the republican party who wants to have it really both ways. he says his father and ronald reagan would be out of place in today's conservative republican party. but then he shows up as one of the featured speakers at cpac this year? jeb bush has remained popular in florida, home to many, and i mean many medicare and social security recipients. this is despite bush's lobbying ties to one of the country's biggest medicare scam artists. then you have jeb bush's position on immigration, which is now puzzling. he made his reputation on being one of the more moderate voices on immigration policy in the republican party, until today. >> if we wa
using an airplane to look into the house, like in florida v. reilly. and in that sense, i think this case is a lot like that. in florida v. reilly, the officers used a helicopter to fly over the drug house, and they saw exposed marijuana. here, you're using the drug detection dog to smell the odor of marijuana that is being pumped out of the house into the street. and the people who use the house know that. they know that, and we know they know that because the mothballs were present. mothballs are a masking agent. people don't have a legitimate expectation of privacy, this court has held, in things that they knowingly expose to the public, even in the home. that's what the court said in florida v. reilly. it's what it said in katz itself. and i think, here, one way to resolve it is to say people who live in grow houses with a distinct odor of marijuana, who know that that is being pumped out into the street because of the air conditioning that they need to run the grow houses, there is no invasion in their -- in their expectation of privacy when either a man or a dog, when lawf
in the globe and nobody really cares. >> florida has a third of the kids that california has in school, 100,000 teachers less but they have a significant latino population. >> that's correct. >> what are they doing in florida better than what we're doing in california? >> florida is a great example because florida has the diversity that in many ways california does and the other interesting thing is that florida, you know, 10 to 15 years ago was in the bottom third. >> it was not doing well. >> it was not doing well at all. and the changes there started with governor bush, put in place some very aggressive education reforms, like letter grading of all of the schools, saying we're going to tell the public, is your school an "a," a "d" or an "f"? and something came out yesterday that talked about a.p. scores of kids nationwide and florida was in the top five. so they've moved from being in the bottom third to the top five on these measures. i mean, that is really significant. >> what would it take for california to do a transformation like that? 15 years is not a long time to overhaul the sch
severe weather. high winds in florida where tree branches are torn apart like twigs. and in georgia, where heavy rain led to bad driving conditions. and, if you're thinking about those march madness games here in kansas city, we're told the games will go on. and ginger, i know you'll love this, i'm just thinking about that nice, warm studio right now. >> yeah, sorry i couldn't loan you the orange extreme weather jacket. >>> let's talk timing. low-pressure system is creating all of the havoc there. it will move through st. louis, illinois, indiana. tonight, we talk about the east coast, the mid-atlantic. for parts of new jersey and new york. i do think a lot of it not is going to stick. wet, springtime snow that we see. the severe weather is targeting parts of the southeast. damaging wind and hail in that area. very heavy flooding rains possible as well. i'll be back in a couple of minutes for the nation's weather. >>> well, now, to america's mul multi-multimillionaire. one ticket was sold last night for the $388 million jackpot. >> that winning ticket was sold. we know this, now, so
with shepard starts now. >> shepard: thanks. happy monday. cops in central florida evacuated students from a residence hall after they found a body, bombs and guns in a dorm room. the fbi is on the case. >>> the tiny mediterranean island of cyprus. we thought it what's to drain your 401k. now there's been a bit of a rebound on wall street. a bailout could cause worldwide pain. >>> a hijacked helicopter. helped inmates escape from a prison. but they didn't make it too far. that and march madness marshal henderson unless breaking news changes everything on "studio b." >>> first, at 3:00, in new york city, we begin with a fox urgent. the state department confirmed the syrian government that has been killing it's own people today fired rockets into lebanon. the u.s. state department calls that a significant escalation. syrian jets and helicopters fired rockets into the north of lebanon into a town with a sunni population, a population that supports the rebels. at it also comes days after the syrian government reported that a large number of militants crossed into lebanon. this new cross-border
hoy sin papá un hombre de la florida , tragicamente se lo trago la tierra eso más adelante ya volvemos no se vaya eran momentos dificiles para nosotros, pero esa familia estaba realmente necesitada. . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> y pasamos ahora al vaticano que pasa su primer día sin papá hoy fue un día raro aquí en el vaticano no hay papá y de alguna forma se busca a un nuevo papá ha cambiado hasta el ambiente hay una cierta, se ha llamado ya , a todos los cardenales para que participen en la primera reunión significa , sencillamente para definir cuando comienza el conclave en castelgandolfo està el papá emerito pero si hay algioem quen no puede llevar una vida normal es papa benedicto xvi , sellando las puertas del vaticano estas imágenes siguen siendo tan ineditas siguiendo las reglas el hombre sello el departamento papál de su maestro y mentor , coloco sellos , el departamento , apostolico que será abierto cuando el nuevo papá sea elegido la iglesia tiene que elegir a un nuevo papá cuando será el conclave , le da con una carga en sus hombros que humanamente , sólo queda rez
now former florida governor jeb bush argues the nation's immigration policy should be overhauled to reflect our current economic needs but also should be clear enough to enforce it properly. this is a little under an hour. [applause] >> our beloved president ronald reagan passed away almost 10 years ago. but as many in this audience know, it seems nearly impossible to follow political news without hearing some reference to our 40th president. his memory, his name and fortunately his legacy seemed to be ubiquitous as her country grapples with the challenges of our times. for many years, probably starting with the day after president reagan left office in 1989, there is been a famous question often asked when there is a particularly vexing problem facing our country. things like we have heard before. we the questioners often ask, well what would reagan do? it's a good question to ask because while times and technology and many things have changed since president reagan was in office, some important fundamentals, those who speak to who we are as americans, have not. i believe that o
're just zoophilouserred by that time. >>> what was a progolfer doing in a ee. florida gulf coast trying to make history. we'll tell you if they did it right after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, after upsetting >>> okay, a show of hands who had florida gulf coast in their bracket. not me. >> after upsetting georgetown friday night, they're at it again. they're taking out san diego state. they become the first 15 seed to make it to the sweet 16. they take on florida in the next round. finish for the day, aaron craft at the buzzer to sink iowa state 78- 78-75. [ inaudible ] the lady cardinals move on. garcia had to climb out of a tree to whack his ball out.
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with us. let's go to florida where we are waiting a news conference to begin on that sinkhole tragedy yesterday. rescuers are trying to find jeff bush. he's presumed dead, but his body has not been recovered after the earth opened up and swallowed him. let's listen. >> i'm the public relations officer for hillsborough county fire rescue. at this time, first of all, i want to say that our hearts go out to the families of wicker family and the bush family, because they do not have their family member with them at this point. we are here, because we want to give you an update about what we're doing for the families. first of all, we started our operations this morning, our conducted operations started at 7:00 this morning. that's what we're doing right now. and i want to let you know that we set up a fund for the family, a donation for the family. we actually have a website. anybody that's interested to help the families that are affected by this incident, the website is www.firefighter-relief.com. anybody can go on that website and be able to donate to the family. also, we have an e-mai
ripped through central florida. the only thing flying at this air show, debris. blasts so strong, they burst through the doors at this lowe's store. >> hey, it's -- >> reporter: and ripped the roof right off this building. more than an inch and a half of rain drenched the course of the arnold palmer invitational. forcing tiger woods to suspend his first place lead. and one florida woman was severely injured when the roof of her home collapsed right on top of her. >> it picked it up and down on her. she was home alone. she had to crawl in, get on a phone, in order to call 911 herself. >> reporter: the snow falling all morning long. clearly still coming down here in indiana. below freezing. it's not going anywhere any time soon. as this heads east, we'll see if we can make the drive. >> good luck, gio. the roads will stay bad there. take a quick look at what we think the totals will be. it's a bigger miss for washington, d.c. there will be snowy surfaces just outside. that's where david kerley is. >> reporter: it's going to be a mess of a commute and here's the reason why. this win
homeowners. >> reporter: people are comforting the family of a florida man missing in a sinkhole that swallowed his bedroom. saturday rescue crews called off the search for 37-year-old jeff bush's body. >> at this point we have to move beyond the rescue to demolition phase and a securing of the site. >> reporter: bush disappeared thursday when the earth under his home opened up. before clues ended the search, his brother jeremy was desperate for them to retrieve the body. >> that's where his grave is going to be and i truly hope they can get him out. >> reporter: he even tried to save his brother thursday. he jumped into the hole and got stuck and had to be rescued himself. >> it's going to bother me for the rest of my life. i believe i'm going to have trouble because i was in the hole trying to rescue him. >> reporter: engineers say the hole is slowly growing and now threatens other homes in the suburb east of tampa. saturday firefighters helped those families evacuate with some belongings. crews say the sinkhole is to deep and unstable it wi
. >>> ten former members of the florida a&m marching band are being charged with manslaughter, according to a report tonight. in the hazing death of drum major robert champion, back in november of 2011. these charges are more severe than the initial felony hazing charges. champion died from internal bleeding after being beaten during a hazing ritual. two other students who were not previously charged also now face manslaughter accusations, and all of the suspects could get as much as 15 years in prison. >>> also in florida tonight, work crews are demolishing what is left of the house that was swallowed up by a sinkhole last week and killed the 37-year-old resident there, jeff bush, who was sleeping in his bed at the time. and with much of the house gone, the size and scope of this sinkhole can now be revealed. engineers estimate it's about 30 feet wide, 60 feet deep. a second sinkhole has now opened up tonight in the same town. seffner, florida, less than two miles away from the initial site. >>> former florida governor and presidential family member jeb bush is making news tonight with
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